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Ask the Expert: Choosing the right business partner for your startup

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Entrepreneurs can be reluctant to allow others into the inner circle of their businesses, and with good reason. Bringing on board the right business partner can be a make-or-break proposition for a...

Opinion

EDITORIAL
A feel-good cell phone ban will inconvenience drivers without necessarily improving safety.
EDITORIAL
Former Union Leader reporter and editor John Toole is returning to the newspaper as its managing editor.
JEFF GOLEY AND WILL INFANTINE
New Hampshire needs to increase unemployment benefits.
EDITORIAL
Getting the new Common Core State Standards into our classrooms is an important step we must take for our children.
EDITORIAL
No major changes are planned at two popular restaurants on Hanover Street in Manchester that are now under new management.
NICK PAPPAS
As a lifelong resident of this state, I was really disappointed to see representatives in our House push for a bill to raise the minimum wage.
EDITORIAL
Lucky Lou rolls the dice again.
BY JIM POULETTE
Our economic climate for manufacturing and other American businesses is not good.
EDITORIAL
Norelli's minimum wage myths.

NH Legal Perspective -- Health care decision making: Pending legislation fills gap

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Surprisingly, only about one-third of New Hampshire residents have taken advantage of their right to designate another adult (an "Agent") under a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care document...

The quaint covered bridge in Jackson is welcoming to cross country skiers at Jackson Ski Touring.

Jackson Ski Touring makes top U.S. skiing list

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Ski Trax Magazine writer Marty Hall thinks Jackson Ski Touring Center is tops, and has named it to his list of "Favorite Skiing Sites." The February/March 2014 issue announced the good news.

Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: Be a student of your profession

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Regardless of your profession, it's critical to stay on top of the latest trends and continually educate yourself on your industry.

GoShopNH offers workshop to NH artisans on selling their products online

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New Hampshire residents who make products in the Granite State are invited to a free lunchtime workshop at Keene's Hannah Grimes Center to learn about GoShopNH.com on Thursday.

Groton Wind farm operator agrees to meet state demands

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Iberdrola Renewables has agreed to comply with all state building and safety codes at its 24-turbine Groton Wind facility by stated deadlines, according to the state.

Nominate favorite businesses for 2014 Readers' Choice Awards

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Got a favorite fitness studio, shooting range or hospital? How about that auto repair shop you recommend to all your friends, or that place that cooks up chicken tenders just the way you like them?...

Developers think Guard site would have big potential

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In a densely populated city such as Manchester, a 1-acre lot can be hard to find, especially near downtown. A 9-acre lot? Nearly impossible. But nine acres could become available if the New Hampshire...

The recent opening of Mercury Systems Advanced Microelectronics Center in Hudson brought about 90 jobs to the Granite State, company officials said this week.

Mercury Systems brings 90 jobs to Hudson

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The recent opening of Mercury Systems Advanced Microelectronics Center in Hudson brought about 90 jobs to the Granite State, company officials said this week.

Synergy Self Storage recently opened at 403 Daniel Webster Highway in Merrimack.

Merrimack storage facility to be region's largest

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Synergy Self Storage, once complete, will offer more than 1,200 individual storage units.

Spring fever brings hope for U.S. investors as earnings season looms

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Earnings season shifts into high gear next week, and with nearly one-third of S&P 500 names set to post results, investors hope the news provides a catalyst to buy stocks and leave the market’s...

Keystone XL pipeline decision delayed, likely until after elections

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The Obama administration is indefinitely delaying a decision on approving the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, likely putting off any action until after the November midterm elections.

Ski area manager says ACA may cut season short

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Owners of some small New Hampshire businesses said at a forum Thursday that paperwork and expense are threatening the economic platforms on which their companies are built — to the point that...

BIA to honor business leaders

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The Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire will honor local business leaders at its annual business meeting and member reception 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. May 7 at the Center of New Hampshire in...

Health care — a team approach

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Harvard Pilgrim Health Care sponsors a pilot program for Patient Centered Medical Homes, a network of healthcare services provided through primary care doctors.

Judge rejects request to stop auto dealer 'bill of rights'

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A Merrimack County judge has rejected a request for a permanent injunction to prevent the auto Dealer Bill of Rights law from taking effect.

NH Senate Roundup: Marijuana penalties to remain the same in Granite State

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Senate refuses to take four bills passed by the House because they were killed last session.

Earnings lift S&P 500 and Nasdaq

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Stocks ended a holiday-shortened week with mostly modest gains on Thursday, though the S&P 500 notched its biggest weekly advance since July as Morgan Stanley and General Electric rallied after...

Job fair in Littleton

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New Hampshire Employment Security will sponsor a job fair Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its 646 Union St. office.

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